Creating texture in the garden Texture is what makes a planted garden great. By implementing a planting scheme with contrasting form, foliage and texture, one can create interest and dimension within the garden. Fortunately we are blessed with so many options to choose from. Why three is a magic number Whilst even numbers…Details
Creating a hardy coastal garden full of thriving plants needs careful consideration to ensure success. Fortunately there are plenty of wonderful species that thrive in harsh coastal conditions. Some of our favourites are: Westringia – Coastal Rosemary Cotton Lavender Agave Blue Glow Buxus Blue Chalk Sticks Raphiolepis indica Philodendron Xanadu Pennisetum …Details
A garden we designed & installed in Bondi was recently featured in InsideOut Magazine.
This small suburban backyard was nothing but a struggling Buffalo lawn and a beautiful mature Frangipani. You can check out the project here and make sure you buy a copy of InsideOut!
Photography by Natalie Hunfalvay.
It’s nothing new that succulents have taken the world by storm. Their no-fuss, low maintenance characteristics make them perfect for even the blackest of thumbs. When most people think of succulents they think of the smaller varieties such as the rosette shaped Echeveria or Senecios. But what if you’re looking for a larger succulent, something…Details
At the forefront of all Harrisons projects, is the landscape design, and more importantly, how that design compliments the architecture of the home and our client’s lifestyle. We sit down with Sam Snaith, the Lead Designer at Harrisons to discuss why he’s keeping things simple and of course, Missy Elliot. Who is Sam…Details